The Valley

The Valley is the largest region in Los Angeles, a sprawling area that is home to historic movie studios, acclaimed restaurants, and some of LA’s most popular cultural attractions.

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The Valley is home to movie studios, excellent restaurants and natural and cultural attractions. Foodies and fashionistas alike will love Ventura Boulevard, the Valley’s main thoroughfare. Many of LA’s most acclaimed sushi restaurants are located on “Sushi Row” in Studio City, while dozens of boutiques and vintage clothing shops are sure to make fashionable shoppers drool. The vibrant NoHo Arts District in North Hollywood is home to the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences and an array of cafes, boutiques and theaters. Nature-lovers will appreciate Griffith Park, the largest municipal park in the United States and home to the Griffith Observatory, Los Angeles Zoo, and hundreds of miles of hiking trails. The Valley Performing Arts Center features top-quality performances in a world-class, eco-friendly setting. At the Ronald Reagan Presidential Library & Museum, visitors can tour Air Force One, sit in a replica of the Oval Office, and view a piece of the Berlin Wall.

Alternate Terms: 
San Fernando Valley,SanFernando,Santa Clarita
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